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Chéri Samba

Le Secret d'un Petit Poisson Devenu Grand (The Secret of the Little Fish Who Grew), 2002

Acrylic and Glitter on Canvas
78 × 129 in
198.1 × 327.7 cm
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CAAC The Pigozzi Collection
Geneva

Courtesy CAAC - The Pigozzi Collection, Geneva © Chéri Samba

Courtesy CAAC - The Pigozzi Collection, Geneva © Chéri Samba

Chéri Samba
Congolese, b. 1956
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Chéri Samba was a founding member of the “Popular painting” school along with Pierre Bodo, his …

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Chéri Samba was a founding member of the “Popular painting” school along with Pierre Bodo, his paintings exposing everyday life in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital city, Kinshasa. His representative, often fantastical paintings incorporate graphic narrative and figures with text and word bubbles that address …

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About the work
CTP
CAAC The Pigozzi Collection
Geneva

Courtesy CAAC - The Pigozzi Collection, Geneva © Chéri Samba

Courtesy CAAC - The Pigozzi Collection, Geneva © Chéri Samba

Chéri Samba
Congolese, b. 1956
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Chéri Samba was a founding member of the “Popular painting” school along with Pierre Bodo, his …

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Chéri Samba was a founding member of the “Popular painting” school along with Pierre Bodo, his paintings exposing everyday life in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital city, Kinshasa. His representative, often fantastical paintings incorporate graphic narrative and figures with text and word bubbles that address …

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Chéri Samba

Le Secret d'un Petit Poisson Devenu Grand (The Secret of the Little Fish Who Grew), 2002

Acrylic and Glitter on Canvas
78 × 129 in
198.1 × 327.7 cm
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